poundage


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poundage

a weight expressed in pounds
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I credit last season's bow kill to shooting heavy poundage.
That stated, 30 pounds is very light, and anyone at that weight should consider working to increase their poundage, if possible.
A power station utilizing the run of the river flows for generation of power with sufficient poundage for supplying water for meeting diurnal or weekly fluctuations of demand.
But equally she says she's keen to get a bit of it off and she's upped her gym visits to try and shift a little of the unwanted poundage.
Pryce, a natural lightmiddle, seemed sluggish with the extra poundage, although it was emphasised by the blurring hand speed of the holder.
He has definitely got no more poundage up his sleeve," said Tim Palin, racing manager for owners Middleham Park Racing.
The manner of his victory suggests that he would not have been troubled by the 5lb penalty that would have applied had he won the previous evening and he should defy the extra poundage here.
Reflecting the tightening economy worldwide, global consumption of formulated adhesives in 2009 showed a decrease in both poundage and value from the previous year.
AS the problem of obesity grows, car manufacturers are building ever bigger tin cans to carry our extra poundage.
In 2014 coating poundage is forecast to be up 30% over 2009 and dollar value up 26%.
By 1996, New Yorker Michael was back to his peak weight and although a stint in rehab helped him shed half his total poundage, history began to repeat itself.